Forget about the mud pies of your youth. The Grand Rapids Mud Run is serious about mud: expect to swim mud pits, slip down a 60-foot mudslide, slither through tunnel crawls, and wrangle a slippery hill climb.
For WMCAT’s Dennis Grantz, teaching the arts is a labor of love.
Many people tend to dread decluttering and getting organized, even if their stuff is giving them grief. I get it. It can be overwhelming for many. And, whatever the job may be, it’s work—physical and emotional. I regularly get asked, “You do this every day?” My response, “Pretty much, and I love it.”
Before the city shuts down its public pools for the summer its hosting one last hoorah—for pooches.
Grand Rapids will be seeing some new arts education opportunities for older adults thanks to a grant awarded to the West Michigan Center for Arts and Technology (WMCAT) to support the launch of new programming to serve the community.
When they say “dog is a man’s best friend,” that’s no exaggeration. A family or companion pet can make a profound difference in many people’s lives, and their memories are often cherished forever.
Kelly Kermode still has the small pinch pot she made in kindergarten. It’s a reminder of where she started and where she’s going when it comes to life and her pottery skills.
A triathlon is one of the greatest physical challenges out there, and Ann Vidro, the co-director of the Michigan Titanium, wants to offer an event of the highest caliber with one unique feature: at the race on Aug.18, kids, family and even dogs can join participants on the trail as they cross the finish line.
This is more than just a piece of plastic. Get ready for a brand new, modern way for passengers to pay their bus fares in 2018.
Coit Park reopened last week after $300,000 in improvements.